Federal Trade Commission v. Texaco, Inc.,
381 U.S. 739 (1965)

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Federal Trade Commission v. Texaco, Inc., 381 U.S. 739 (1965)

Federal Trade Commission v. Texaco, Inc.

No. 635

Decided June 7, 1965

381 U.S. 739


The Court of Appeals set aside a Federal Trade Commission (FTC) cease and desist order on the grounds that the FTC Chairman was disqualified for prejudging the case and the order was not supported by substantial evidence, and remanded it to the FTC with instructions to dismiss in view of the long delays. No review of the Chairman's disqualification was sought. The judgment is remanded with instructions to remand immediately to the FTC or further proceedings, without participation of the Chairman, in light of Atlantic Refining Co. v. Federal Trade Commission, ante, p. 381 U. S. 357.

Certiorari granted; 118 U.S.App.D.C. 366, 336 F. 2d 754, vacated and remanded.

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